e-moe/guzzle6-bundle

Integrates Guzzle 6 into your Symfony application

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v1.2.4 2018-12-19 09:11 UTC

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This bundle integrates Guzzle 6.x into Symfony. Guzzle is a PHP framework for building RESTful web service clients.

Requirements

  • PHP 5.6 or above
  • Symfony 2.7 or above (including Symfony 3.x, 4.x)

Installation

To install this bundle, run the command below and you will get the latest version by Packagist.

composer require e-moe/guzzle6-bundle

To use the newest (maybe unstable) version please add following into your composer.json:

{
    "require": {
        "e-moe/guzzle6-bundle": "dev-master"
    }
}

Usage

Load bundle in AppKernel.php (should be done automatically if you are using Symfony Flex):

new Emoe\GuzzleBundle\EmoeGuzzleBundle(),

Configuration in config.yml (optional):

emoe_guzzle:
    log:
        enabled: true # Logging requests to Monolog
        format: 'Guzzle: [{ts}] "{method} {uri} HTTP/{version}" {code}' # Optional log format customization

see more about log format syntax.

Using Guzzle in controllers:

$client   = $this->get('guzzle.client');
$response = $client->get('http://example.com');

Using Guzzle in your own services:

  application.my_service:
    class: App\Service\MyService
    arguments:
      - "@guzzle.client"

or you can just use autowire feature with GuzzleHttp\ClientInterface type hint.

Features

Symfony Debug Profiler

Guzzle Requests

Symfony Debug Timeline

Guzzle Timeline Integration

Symfony Debug Toolbar

Guzzle Toolbar Integration

Symfony Debug Logs (Monolog Integration)

Guzzle Monolog Logs

Suggestions

Adding aliases: If you want to use different names for provided services you can use aliases. This is a good idea if you don't want have any dependency to guzzle in your service name.

services:
   http.client:
       alias: guzzle.client

Creating multiple clients: If you want to have different Guzzle clients in your application all you need is to define them in services file and add "guzzle.client" tag to turn on Symfony integration (Debug toolbar, logs, so on..).

services:
    guzzle.client_one:
        class: GuzzleHttp\Client
        tags:
            - { name: guzzle.client }

    guzzle.client_two:
        class: GuzzleHttp\Client
        tags:
            - { name: guzzle.client }

Authors

  • Nikolay Labinskiy aka e-moe

Inspired by Chris Wilkinson's and Florian Preusner's GuzzleBundles (1, 2).

See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.

License

This bundle is released under the MIT license